Bella Pasta was established in 2010 as a counterpart to its well-known sister restaurant, Bella Pizza. It possesses a more expansive pasta menu, including grilled meats and seafood. All pasta is freshly handmade everyday and utilises traditional Italian cooking methods. Located along Robertson Quay, Bella Pasta is a casual Italian eatery for all and is family-friendly.
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A Must For Casual Alfresco Italian Dining
I only have one word to describe my experience here… bellassima. (that’s Italian for extremely beautiful) I’m usually one to have reservations about Italian food in Singapore, given their great abundance. However, Bella Pasta certainly has my seal of approval, from the accommodating service to the relaxed ambience.
True to their name, Bella Pasta served up pasta dishes that have definitely earned a spot in my books. They include the Linguine Ai Frutti di Mare ($26) and Pappardelle Alla Boscaiola ($26). In particular, the former was a divine seafood linguine chock full of oceany goodness - clams, squid, prawns, you name it. All of which was basked in a light olive oil that didn’t come off as greasy on the palate. Other favourites of mine included their grilled lamb chops, Costatelle D’agnello ($33) served with a crispy kale that added a real interesting element to the dish.
Not to mention, Bella Pasta has one of the best alfresco dining areas I’ve come across in Singapore - you need to make a visit ASAP. Their tendency to open all day on weekends and public holidays means you don’t have an excuse not to go!